Ti Kuan Yin can either mean a variety of a Oolong tea tree or a unique production method. For a tea to be called Original Ti Kuan Yin, it must fulfill the two aforementioned aspects. The tea tree produces much less leaves than other varieties and is more difficult to maintain. The production method is complicated as the tea leaves must be repeatedly rolled and cloth twisted and then charcoal roasted for several days.
The tea of the Ti Kuan Yin carries a dense ripe fruit aroma and has a clear amber color. Each sip of the tea is rich and full-bodied. It starts off slightly bitter and astringent but then transforms into being dry sweet. Also, it has a slight citrus taste that lingers in the drinker’s throat. The tea’s honey aroma stays at the bottom of the cup and allows the drinker to experience the tea over and over again.
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